Students at the IU School of Medicine Gary campus appreciate the remarkable accessibility to patients and the broad range of clinical experiences that a large and strong urban community can provide. Alumni report stellar preparation for externships and graduate medical education, and graduates of IU School of Medicine’s Gary campus successfully match among their top choices of competitive residencies.
The statewide MD curriculum for IU School of Medicine is enhanced at the Gary campus by full-time faculty with decades of experience in patient case-based learning and clinical integration. The curriculum is also enhanced by a Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL) program and student feedback through a student managed Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) program.
A robust standardized patient program with six dedicated examination rooms for history and physical training ensures that students develop an early mastery of fundamental clinical skills in the first year of medical school and gain the skills and knowledge needed for graduation, residency, internships and a success career as a physician.
Students at IU School of Medicine-Northwest-Gary benefit from working with volunteer faculty through 11 hospital affiliation partnerships in the area. Students have opportunities to work in primary care, behavioral health, community health centers, mental health agencies and more.